The Life and Career of Bob Marley

The Life and Career of Bob Marley Born February 6th, 1945 in Nine Mile, Saint Ann, Jamaica, Bob Marley introduced the power of reggae and the spirituality of the Rastafarian movement to the world. With his militant lyrics and powerful live performances, Marley found musical success outside of his native Jamaica. Some of his biggest reggae hits include, "No Woman, No Cry," "One Love," Waiting in Vain," "Jammin'," and "Redemption Song". The posthumous release, Legend, became the best-selling reggae album in history. In this WatchMojo.com video, we take a look at the life and career of Bob Marley.

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